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Adrianna W. posted this (her post is public, so if you are on FB, join in), so, you know… HT to her: But the democratizing of book reviews, such that even self-published and low print-run books published by small presses can garner dozens of reviews by promoting “blog tours” or sending copies to readers with the expectation that they will post an Amazon review, has led not to better information for readers, but to a preponderance of inaccurate gushing. How the Internet is Killing the Book Review. John Hobbins spoke about this issue at the 2012 SBL Online Media and
His business cards are awesome and here is mine… The Jesus Blog: Honest Business Cards – Le Donne.
This is a snippet: We are seeking suitably qualified contributors to write entries on the following topics for AncientThought.com’s timeline on early Christian history. Please note that AncientThought is an academic resource, and potential contributors are expected to have (or to be working towards) a PhD in a relevant field to the topic that they are requesting to author, and to preferably have published in the area as well. All entries should be submitted no later than 1 November 2014. For more information please see our “Notes for Contributors“ handout. To inquire about contributing an entry please e-mail the relevant editor whose name is
The goal of Biblical Studies Online is to provide both biblical scholars and the interested wider public with ease of access to quality biblical scholarship, as it comes available online. More and more biblical scholarship is being published open-access and online – not only in traditional book form, but in a variety of media, including videos and sound recordings. Unfortunately, it is often difficult to locate these resources on the internet, and sometimes difficult for those less experienced with biblical scholarship to distinguish worthwhile material from that which is inaccurate or even grossly misleading. And when it comes to
With each “new year” people like to make changes. They vow this or that, to do this or that or not to do this or that; however, most fall back into their ways soon enough. The same goes with blogging. I’ve changed course once or twice on this blog, moving from fundamentalism to a better Christianity. I’ve also stopped with the heresy hunting, among other things. And, I’ve stopped with the RSS feed. I’ve turned that, the re-posting of stories that I like or catches my attention, to the blog’s Facebook page. With all of these changes taking place
Happy New Year! Welcome to 2014, the year we all finally keep our new year’s resolutions… here’s hoping! Before we take a look back at December and all the bloggy goodness it contained, I wanted to remind you of the most exciting thing happening in 2014: via Biblical Studies Carnival XCIV: December 2013 | Cataclysmic.